If you’re a Capricorn, these are the books you need to read
Capricorn is considered the workaholic of the zodiac, says Co-featured Astrology. They embody the college aesthetic, right down to coffee addiction and lack of sleep. However, no one can say that they don’t earn all the achievements. Long, complex books are a staple of a Capricorn’s reading list, and they’re always on the lookout for their next big challenge. Enter Donna Tartt “The Secret History” that every Capricorn is bound to love. Tartt was born under the Sea Goat, and it shows not only in the length, but also in the subject matter. This 1990s campus thriller follows a group of classic majors as they try to become gods.
There’s nothing a Capricorn respects more than time and hard work, so they’ll admire the fact that it took writer Lisa Taddeo 8 years of research to complete her book. “Three Women” through The Guardian. As the title suggests, the novel follows three women as they look back on romantic relationships, “whose experiences remind us that we are not alone,” per BookShop. Like Taddeo, Zora Neale Hurston is another great writer that Capricorns will look up to. A fellow Capricorn, she has devoted her life to research as an anthropologist and has written non-fiction and fiction books, such as The nation reports. His most famous novel, “Their eyes looked at God” is considered a cornerstone of the Harlem Renaissance.